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Tingling, throbbing around the tip of penis. Always had protected sex with condom. STD?

Yes I been experiencing a really slight tingling and slight throb sensation around the tip of urethra and head of penis at times comes and goes. I have been with 2 sex partners but have always used condoms can u help into what this might be or evn tell me what I can use. Should I be worried and seek medical help..? There are times where I don t feel anything but then there are times when I get the sensation. There is slight redness but when I pull back forskin it seems normal.. Could it be a Std? Or condom irritation? It doesn t burn when I urinate just at times now and then feel a slight throb or tingling sensation makes u want to move your gential around and then I m fine.. Please help with this matter.. Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Dear
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

You don't need to worry unnecessarily. I don't think you have any STD. The throbbing around the penis head might be due to rashes or allergy or uncleanliness.
You need to keep the area behind the skin clean every day thrice using warm water. And keep it dry. See for two days. If no respite, consult a physician.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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